United Kingdom Travel Guide

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Geography Of United Kingdom

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The United Kingdom is situated in Western Europe toward the northwest of France and between the North Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea. Its capital and biggest city is London, yet other extensive urban communities are Glasgow, Birmingham, Liverpool and Edinburgh. 

The UK has an aggregate territory of 94,058 square miles (243,610 sq km). A significant part of the geology of the UK comprises of rough, undeveloped slopes and low mountains however there are level and tenderly moving fields in the eastern and southeastern regions of the nation. The most astounding point in the UK is Ben Nevis at 4,406 feet (1,343 m) and it is situated in the northern UK in Scotland. 

The atmosphere of the UK is viewed as mild regardless of its scope. Its atmosphere is directed by its sea area and the Gulf Stream. Anyways the UK is known for being extremely overcast and stormy all through a great part of the year. The western parts of the nation are wettest and furthermore rainy, while the eastern segments are drier and less breezy. London, situated in England in the south of the UK, has a normal January low temperature of 36˚F (2.4˚C) and a July normal temperature of 73˚F (23˚C).


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